Robert L. Brown, 80, passed away Oct. 5, 2015. Preceded in death by his wife, Irene Brown. Survived by his brother, Mike (Norma) Brown of Kansas City, Kan.; nephews, James (Cheryl) Brown and Joe (Holly) Corsentino; and great-nephews, Jared and Jacob Brown. As per his request, there will be no viewing or service. Online condolences,

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  1. Bob was very close fiend I considered him my second Dad I will miss all his opinions on thoughts and subjects and all the good times we had discussing our lives and adventures, when he sees this he will have a good laugh as he knows the trouble we both have with computers I will miss you left me to soon bye for now my friend

  2. Dear family,

    On the morning I heard Bob had passed I didn’t want to believe it. I got to
    know Bob the last several years. Once I learned how much he’d loved the
    shooting sports we always had much to talk about. In fact how rare it was to make
    a friend who was as well read and knowledgeable about the subject. He had much
    to share and teach! I found that he and I had a similar view of the ways of the
    world, politics, scotch whisky and the same off the cuff sense of humor. I will
    miss our visits here at the Lodge. How rare and blessed I’ve been to have
    met Bob a man twice my years senior. I always looked forward to seeing him when
    I’d come up to the club room from my office. It’s just not fair and it won’t be
    the same! Bob, we held an “Irish Wake” for you in the Club Room
    Tuesday. Your chair was left empty and reserved all day, your glass always
    full. At the hour of recollection I read your Membership record and gave the
    Eleven O’clock toast in your honor. All present paid tribute to you my friend.
    God speed! Save a spot for me on God’s firing line! Reload plenty of ammo for
    us to share! Until then Bob…….

    ” We shall meet, but we shall miss him, There will be the vacant chair,
    But though we no more possess him, Still our hearts his memory bear, But a
    while ago we gathered, Friendship beaming in each eye, Now the golden cord is
    severed, He has passed to realms on high”

    Your Friend,

    Art Birmingham

  3. To the Family of Robert L. Brown, It is with a most humble heart I extend condolences on behalf of Pueblo Elks Lodge #90. Brother Bob was a true and loyal Member of our Order for 30 years! He will be surely missed and fondly remembered. He will be honored with love and respect at our memorial service the first Sunday of December this year, where his name will be respectfully added to our “Tablets of Love and Memory”. All family and friends are welcome to attend.
    “A Noble Elk has fallen, pierced by the arrow of death. His trial ended, his faults forgotten, His virtues cherished, he rests in peace’�”

    Arthur J. Birmingham
    Lodge Secretary

  4. I have known Bob sense I was a young boy, when he would come out to the family and we would go hunting and fishing. Bob taught us a lot about life. Bob was a very good friend of my dad’s and was a big part of our family. I was shocked when I heard of his passing. My condolences to the family and May Bob R.I.P. You will truly be missed.

  5. Just read the news about our neighbor Bob. We lived at 1251. He and Irene were great neighbor\’s to us. He even took our son Christopher to the shooting range. May he rest in peace. David, Darla, and Chris Diaz

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